Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco is an art installation which creates an amazing 3D optical illusion of a vortex. Absolutely amazing, no? Located on the corner of Mullins Street & Market Row in Sydney (near the QVB), this installation is part of the annual public arts festival Art & About Sydney.

You have until October 23rd to go see this FREE installation alongside many others, such as Janet Echelman’s stunning Tsunami project on George Street in front of Town Hall. Check out my dodgy iPhone photo of the installation here. It’s way, way better in real life. Promise. (You may recall a fantastic guest post on the blog in April about Jane’s amazing work during the time I was gallivanting around Europe.)

Yes. This is such an exciting time in Sydney when clever Australian and international artists use their creative powers to re-imagine Sydney streets and transform our fair city into a giant open-air gallery space.

Hip, hip – hooray!

[Photos via JAM Project Flickr.]


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